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USET Names Eventing Team and Individuals For World Equestrian Games

The United States Equestrian Team (USET) has announced the horse-and-rider combinations that will compete as the Eventing Team and as individuals for the United States at the 2002 World Equestrian Games (WEG) in Jerez, Spain, September 11-22.


Australia's Kristy Oatley-Nist Forced to Withdraw from WEG

veterinary issue with her horse Rosemount Wallstreet has forced Kristy Oatley-Nist to withdraw from participation at the World Equestrian Games and to plan for her return to international competition later this year.


Chesler Flies into Third Place at St. Louis Horse Show

Frankie Chesler of Orangeville, Ontario 'flew' her seven year old VDL Nuit de Pomme (Jus de Pomme x Dorina) late Saturday night into a strong third place finish among the top best in the MASCUP series.


Financial Audits Give USET Clean Bill of Health

In response to allegations made by USA Equestrian (USAE) President Alan Balch, the United States Equestrian Team (USET) has undergone extensive audits by the United States Olympic Committee (USOC) and by the independent audit firm, Eisner LLP. The two separate audits have found that the USET is in sound financial condition and that Mr. Balch’s allegations against the USET are totally without merit.


USET Names Eventing Squad For World Equestrian Games

The United States Equestrian Team (USET) has announced that the following horse-and-rider combinations were named to the Squad for the 2002 World Equestrian Games (WEG) Eventing Team.


All-Woman USA Team Gallops Away with BMO Nations' Cup Victory

The US Team of Margie Goldstein-Engle, Schuyler Riley, Laura Kraut and Alison Firestone proved that the Americans have great depth in their showjumping program.


What a Difference .03 Seconds Can Make!

Ian Millar & Aftershock missed out on claiming the $1,000,000 CN International Grand Prix at Spruce Meadows today by the narrowest of margins. Millar finished in second place, claiming $200,000 in prize money while the victory went to Germany's Ludger Beerbaum & Goldfever 3.


Update to FEI On Progress for 2004 Olympics Preparations

The 1st Vice President Freddy Serpieri informed the Bureau on the fast progress of the construction of the equestrian site of the 2004 Olympic Games in Athens. The Chairmen of the Jumping and Dressage Committee reported on their favourable impression after their recent visit in Athens.


Ainsley Vince Tops Jump Canada Series

Ainsley Vince of Milton, ON and Catch 22, an 11-year-old Dutch warmblood gelding owned by Trinity Farms, are the leaders in the Jump Canada Standings heading in to the final stop on the tour, the Royal Horse Show. Vince has accumulated 240.35 points over the season in the national series.


Karen Cudmore Remains at Top of Canadian World Cup Standings

Following her stellar season, Karen Cudmore, originally from Victoria, BC, and now based in Omaha, Nebraska, leads the Canadian World Cup standings with an outstanding 58 points. As Cudmore has competed in six World Cup Qualifiers in 2002, with only the best four to count, she is not eligible to receive World Cup points at the Royal. She finishes the World Cup season with 58.


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